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National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

ORGANIZATION

Nonprofit organization founded in 1970.

Official Website:
http://www.norml.org/

Founding Date:
1970

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Altman
Film Director
20-Feb-1925 20-Nov-2006 M*A*S*H
David Boaz
Activist
29-Aug-1953   Cato Institute
Tommy Chong
Actor
24-May-1938   The stoned half of Cheech and Chong
Julie Christie
Actor
14-Apr-1941   Darling
Ramsey Clark
Government
18-Dec-1927   US Attorney General, 1967-69
Ron Dellums
Politician
24-Nov-1935   Mayor of Oakland, 2007-11
Ann Druyan
Author
13-Jun-1949   Co-wrote Cosmos with husband Carl Sagan
Barbara Ehrenreich
Author
26-Aug-1941   Nickel and Dimed
Thomas King Forcade
Journalist
11-Sep-1945 17-Nov-1978 Founder of High Times
Woody Harrelson
Actor
23-Jul-1961   Woody from Cheers
Hugh Hefner
Publisher
9-Apr-1926   Founder, Playboy magazine
Peter Lawford
Actor
7-Sep-1923 24-Dec-1984 Rat Pack member
Bill Maher
Talk Show Host
20-Jan-1956   Politically Incorrect
Willie Nelson
Country Musician
30-Apr-1933   The red-headed stranger
Lyn Nofziger
Government
8-Jun-1924 27-Mar-2006 GOP political operative
Geraldo Rivera
Journalist
4-Jul-1943   Fox News commentator
Daniel Stern
Actor
28-Aug-1957   City Slickers
Rick Steves
Author
10-May-1955   Europe Through the Back Door
Nadine Strossen
Activist
18-Aug-1950   President of the ACLU
Hunter S. Thompson
Journalist
18-Jul-1937 20-Feb-2005 Gonzo journalist and author
Kevin Zeese
Activist
1955   Common Sense for Drug Policy


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